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List Price $39.99, Orig.Price $29.99 Save $20.00 (66%)
Whether you were shooting them or dodging them, who doesn't remember spitballs in school? Since then, spitball shooting technology has come a long way from straws and paper. Now there's a better way with Paper Shooters, the build-your-own paper shooting rifle kit. Paper Shooters have taken paper wad shooting to its logical conclusion, with high speed repeating rounds impossible to achieve with normal straws. Show your American Pride with Paper Shooters Patriot Kit! Now you can build and blast away with a shooter emblazoned with the Stars and Stripes . What better pattern for laying down superior paper wad firepower?
With Paper Shooters, building the gun is part of the fun! Each kit includes the durable synthetic frame, air chamber, trigger system and decals which are interchangeable with other Paper Shooter kits. Lucky for you, ammo is plentiful--if you have paper, you have shots! Each kit includes a paper molder that fits the paper into the 6 realistic shells that eject after cocking. After loading up, you'll be able to shoot paper pellets up to 65 feet! Paper Shooters extensive on-site testing grounds measured wetted paper wads achieving speeds up to 105 fps. Paper Shooters Patriot Kit gives you endless Star-Spangled fun at your fingertips! Recommended for users age 14 and older.
|Max Velocity||105 fps|
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Things I liked: This was a real exciting thing to build The shell ejection is a fun feature Shoots far Only ten bucks Surprisingly accurate
Things I would have changed: The paper body is not easy to install Skeleton is really flimsy The cases should be orange I added a brass barrel cause my barrel broke Never got it to shoot 105 fps only 90 max (gonna fix that) Better than nerf guns (in my opinion)
What others should know: Dont be expecting too much from the body I ditched the paper body kit and used PVC pipe and pipe insulation. The ammo they make is the best. I've yet to find a paper that works well (dont use wax though it casts awesome ammo doesn't shoot) aluminum foil does shoot but not well. Now using some .12g airsoft BBs and TP makes a hard hitting pellet closest to factory ammo. Adding food cooling to the water makes 1V1 play more fun too. Gonna try making some rubber bullets with the mold if they work I'll post something about it
Things I liked: This was a great project for the kids. Still keeping them busy, they put the gun together first, and are working on the "paper" parts. All in all a great buy for the money
Things I would have changed: Nothing I can think of
What others should know: Great, to keep the kids busy just before Christmas. I think the boys really enjoyed putting these together.
Things I liked: Works great
Things I would have changed: Paper parts bit of a pain
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|Max Velocity||105 fps|